It depends on the shape that contains the 3000 square feet, if by linear feet you mean the boundary that contains it. You can't normally change square feet into linear feet without some picture of the kind of shape you are dealing with.
So a very skinny, long plot of land 1' wide and 3000' … Read more

Example1: It was alleged that he stole the car.In other words, someone said that or I heard that he stole the car but I have to "cover my assets" just in case it can't be proved true and he might sue me for saying so.
Example2: The alleged assailant was taken into custody.Again, I don't … Read more

How many apples make an orange? Yards are measured in a straight line. Cubic feet are measure "by the box" so to speak. IF you mean "cubic yards", that is, boxes one yard high by one yard wide by one yard deep, then because there are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard, 3 x … Read more

There are eight liquid ounces (not dry ounces) to a cup. SO 2/8 is 1/4.Don't confuse liquid ounces (volume) with weight ounces (avoirdupois). 16 ounces av. Add up to 1 pound. 16 volume ounces to not necessarily add up to any given number of cups. That will depend on what the cups are holding.

If you flatten it out, none. In other words it all depends upon how much space you can get it to hold. One way to think of it is to imagine the biggest log it could cover. Measure the diameter of the log, square that measurement and multiply it by the log's length. Convert to … Read more

No. Usually a new one grows in its place.

Contingency approaches ignore theory and address pressing issues as they arise. They miss seeing the forest for looking to hard at the trees.
Systems analysis approaches start with a "grand theory." They encourage strategic planning and disregarding some pressing issues as "not really important." They often can't see the trees for gazing to long at … Read more

A lot. Go to a library. Librarians are underutilized experts who sit around just waiting to be helpful and are very grateful when they can be such.